Kehl pleads guilty
Former Kenosha Co. exec Allan Kehl entered a guilty plea Friday on a charge of conspiracy to receive improper payments stemming from the federal investigation of Kenosha businessman Dennis Troha.
Kehl, who resigned in March, admitted to receiving $15,000 in cash from Troha from two payments in 2005 and 2006.
As part of the plea deal reached in April, prosecutors agreed to recommend a sentence of two years in prison. The maximum under the charge is five years.
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